· July, 2007

Stories about Ghana from July, 2007

Africa: New exhibit by Ghanaian architect in New York

  24 July 2007

Annansi writes about a new exhibit by the Ghanaian architect, David Adjaye, at the Studio Museum of Harlem, New York City: “The exhibit, Making Public Buildings, introduces Adjaye’s architecture to American audiences by carrying viewers through his working process-from inspiration to completion-through ten projects, both built and uncompleted.”

Ghana: secondary school programming competition

  16 July 2007

Ramblings of an African Geek writes about secondary school programming competition in Ghana: “For those of you unfamiliar with I2CAP, it is a secondary school level programming competition. We train the teachers who go back and train the students. Then we have regional competitions and finally the nationals. At the...

Africa: two African solar companies win Ashden Awards

  9 July 2007

The African Uptimist reports that two African solar companies won Ashden Awards last month: Tanzania's Zara Solar Ltd. won the first prize for the Africa Award (£30,000) for providing high-quality, reliable solar-home-systems at affordable prices to communities lacking access to a reliable source of energy. The second prize for the...